Plethora Design wins a Washington D.C. Manifest Award

The Manifest, a business news and how-to resource, has released its leaders’ rankings for Washington DC’s most recommended B2B companies in 2022. We are grateful for our customers for their reviews. Thank you! Read more

Plethora named 2022 Clutch Market Leader for Virginia

Clutch is a leading ratings and reviews platform for IT, marketing, and business service providers. Each month, more than half a million buyers and sellers of services use the Clutch platform, and the user base is growing more than 50% a year. For the last several years Plethora has ranked as a market leader, and […]

Evergeen vs Deciduous Content

We talk to website owners every day about managing their website, and see the evolution of sites over many years. Here are some of the pros and cons of evergreen vs “deciduous” (or one-off / seasonal / fresh) content. Evergreen Content Evergreen content stays relevant year after year. This can include: ‘Static’ pages like About […]

Cloud Hosting Review: Why We Love Cloudways

We have supported sites on various hosting platforms over the years, and lately have moved many of our customers’ sites to Cloudways. Read on to find out why. Starting in the late 2000’s we began noticing a gradual shift away from bare-metal hosting / VPS servers to cloud infrastructure.  Of course, shared hosting plans (GoDaddy, […]

Migrating to Drupal 9

Drupal 7 reaches ‘end of life’ November 28th, 2022. Any sites running Drupal 7 should be migrated to Drupal 9 or to an alternative CMS by then.

Friends of Florence Website Redesigned

We have just completed a total redesign of Friends of Florence’s website using WordPress. Our aim was to let the gorgeous Renaissance work shine, and to reinforce Friends of Florence’s mission of restoring these treasures.

Drupal vs WordPress Page Builders

This past year we have spent much time working with various page builders in both Drupal and WordPress. In this post I compare page builder options in WordPress and Drupal.

Drupal 9 is Here

Everything you need to know about what’s new in Drupal 9 and how to migrate to it.

Extra security for user login & admin areas

Some Drupal sites don’t allow regular users to log in at all; they may only be used by administrators. In such cases it may be desirable to lock down access to the login and admin screens. This can be done using htaccess.